I'm all over Cleveland in this one after a big confidence booster on the road in Baltimore. I think these stars play better on the road as underdogs and this is a perfect spot for them. The DBs will get some help back at Safety with Burnett and Landry is going to suit it up. SF hasn't played the most talented of teams to date and we see that the passing defense of TB is terrible. Cleveland covers and WINS.
I'm not really a fan of Richard Sherman but he has the Niners secondary feeling some type of way and playing on another level. If they smash Landry in the mouth early and slow Beckham down it will slow down any attack the Browns have. San Francisco at home tonight. I'm going with them.
This is a rough one because you don't know who is real and not. With all the hype surrounding the Browns at the beginning of the season it has to be a disappointment that they are 1-2 but they definitely have the skilled players to pull off something special. San Francisco was counted as a mid tier team and here they are undefeated and have a better than good opportunity to start the season 4-0. The way they are playing offense and defense with confidence has me leaning towards San Francisco tonight.
If you want to discuss value, then getting 3.5 points for the Browns Monday night should be considered outstanding value. The Browns looked like a complete football team last week and were missing important defensive players. I like the 49ers defense, but they haven't seen an offense like this and if the Browns play the way they are capable of playing, they will be a load for the 49ers defense to handle. In what should be a good/close game, I think we have to take the 5 points in this spot.
Kendall Lamm (knee) has been ruled out for Monday's game versus the 49ers, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports. ANALYSIS Lamm will sit out for the fourth consecutive game. His absence will continue to leave the Browns tight on depth, especially with starting right tackle Chris Hubbard (foot) questionable
Chris Hubbard (foot) is listed as questionable for Monday's game versus the 49ers, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports. ANALYSIS Hubbard was able to get a full practice in Saturday, so it looks like he's on track to start at right tackle Monday, barring a setback.
Browns vs. 49ers: NFL Week 5 Preview and Prediction - Dawgs By NatureThe Browns will play their third prime time game in five weeks. https://www.dawgsbynature.com/2019/10/6/20898800/browns-vs-49ers-nfl-week-5-preview-and-prediction